The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) has announced the selection of its newest board member to assist in governing and providing strategic direction for the Foundation. Ken Peschier has accepted the nomination and has been approved by the LPF board to serve on the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Each new board member must demonstrate their support for industry-specific loss prevention certification and must be personally committed to obtaining the LPC designation. They must have a passion for improving our professional perception as an industry and feel professional certification is a critical step in achieving that goal.
Ken Peschier is vice president of asset protection at Dollar General with responsibility for all corporate and field asset protection functions. Prior to this, he served as senior director of store operations / asset protection at Dollar General and director of merchandising, Great Lakes division at Walmart Stores, Inc. He also previously served as manager of retail Operations and merchandising at Accenture and in a variety of roles at Shaw’s Supermarkets, Inc. / SUPERVALU, Inc. including assistant category manager and several positions within retail operations management.
“The LPF continues to strive for a broad range of industry perspectives from those that are on our board so that we can serve the LP/AP industry in an informed and comprehensive manner,” said Terry Sullivan, LPC, president of the LPF. “We are very excited to have Ken join the LPF Board of Directors and I am certain that his leadership and diverse retail background will help to assist the Foundation’s mission of education.”
For a complete list of the Loss Prevention Foundation Board Members visit:
LPF Board of Directors